Volume 14 No 2 - Special Issue on Crime, Fear of Crime and Well-being: Towards Measuring the Intangible Costs
Shapland, J. and Hall, M. (University of Sheffield, UK) What do we know about the effects of crime on victims?
Semmens, N. (University of Sheffield) Towards an understanding of 'fear' as an intangible cost of crime
Loomes, G. (University of East Anglia, UK) Valuing reductions in the risks of being a victim of crime: The 'willingness to pay' approach to valuing the 'intangible' consequences of crime
Dolan, P. (Tanaka Business School, Imperial College, UK) Netten, A. (University of Kent, UK), Shapland, J. (University of Sheffield, UK) and Tsuchiya, A. (University of Sheffield, UK) Towards a preference-based measure of the impact on well-being due to victimisation and the fear of crime
Dolan, P. (Tanaka Business School, Imperial College, UK), Moore, S. C. (Wales College of Medicine, Biology and Life Sciences, Cardiff University, UK) From preferences to experiences: valuing the intangible victim costs of crime